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English Lesson: "May" vs "Might"

“What’s the difference between ‘may’ and ‘might’? I always get them confused.” – Jose

This is a great question that demonstrates a huge difference in  194 more words

Improving English Fluency

Class September 28, 2015

Monday. Today is cloudy, warm and breezy. It is overcast too. The sun peeks through the clouds sometimes. When the sun comes out it gets hot. 64 more words

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Class 21 Sept. 2015

Beautiful, kind of hot, day. Clear blue sky with slight, occasional, breezes.

Grammar

To Have

  1. Simple present
  2. Negative
  3. Question

Home work assigned to do exercises and vocabulary from ***** book. 56 more words

Class Work

Class Notes 15 April, 2015

To Have

Simple past, present and futureUses of “have”

Irregular Verbs:

What are irregular verbs?

Most verbs in the English language take -ed to form the past tense and the past participle forms.  297 more words

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